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Title: Towards Interactive Procedural Modelling of Buildings
Authors: Diego Rodrigues Jesus
António Coelho
Augusto Sousa
Issue Date: 2015
Abstract: The effort of generating large city scenes is greatly reduced when using procedural modelling techniques. Nonetheless. users are limited to defining rules and tuning parameters in a define-generation reanalyse cycle, reducing direct control. Describing buildings with split-based operations may disrupt the creative process by forcing the user to focus on how to describe a building instead of how a building should look. We use planar shapes and two-dimensional boo lean operations allowing procedural descriptions that are More aligned with humans' perceptions of buildings while letting users directly manipulate shapes (e.g., by dragging) in an interactive application.
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